The traditional house of Juang's has its interior space divided into three distinctive parts. Daala (store) is made up of a raised wooden platform for keeping grains and cereals. Ukusung (hearth) is placed at the other end of the interior space, opposite to the Daala (store). in between Daala and Ukusung, lies the space, called Kelang to be used for drying and husking the paddy and for members of the house to sleep......... more
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